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  • His face is gray, his eyes are dull and haunted by the dark dreams of the night; here at last, is the man whose camera has peered at so much death and so much evil, here is a man despairing and in pain, regretful, not stylish, undebonair.

    The Great Escape


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  • Without the fantasized imposition of Clark Gable's face onto mine, I was inescapably myself, not just in looks but in my inner conviction that I was undebonair, unconfident, unattractive and unacceptable inside the charmed circle of "real Americans" that I imagined.

    --Ben H. Bagdikian, 1997, Double Vision, p. 164

    January 6, 2009